Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
Incredibly large and elegant white flowers bloom on this cultivar, with long spurs decorating the back of the flower.
This has to be the best blue columbine available, with its delicate flowers held on strong stems high above the blue-green foliage.
A very long-spurred and large flowered selection which are of mixed colours; each flower is normally bi-coloured. It produces a most cheerful display for a long period in early summer.
A selection of long spurred bicoloured flowers for early summer for the front of a border in sun or part shade. They make a very good cut flower or border plant, ...
Striking single flowers with purple black petals and contrasting white corollas
This is a spectacular columbine with flowers in tones of soft yellow and long narrow spurs to the back of the flower. From late spring to early summer the flowers are held on tall, strong stems above
A really delicate looking species plant with flowers in late spring that look like dancing fairies. The soft lemon colour shows up really well in partly shady borders or woodland.
This is a stunning Aquilegia with almost black outer petals and an inner ring of white-edged petals, flowering in spring above clumps of green fern-like foliage.
These tall Aquilegia make a dramatic early summer display. These flowers are dark blue with contrasting white corollas,
This is one of the wonderful double flowered forms of columbine, where the flowers have no spurs but have numerous petals creating almost spherical flowers in spring. 'Black Barlow' is deliciously...
This Aquilegia produces eye-catching, rounded bobbles of dark purplish-blue, double flowers in late spring that gently nod above mounds of pale green deeply divided foliage.